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yeah. when it rains it pours. i think michael jackson gets too much press though. 'cause he's one guy, the catholic church is like the microsoft of pedophilia. like giants in the industry. he's running a mom and pop operation with like the ferris wheel, couple lamas. - i mean shamon. - [laughter and applause] and i blame the parents for letting the kids sleepover his house, you know. that's ridiculous to let your kid sleepover michael jackson's house because they were seduced by fame. that's what it came down to, because it was michael jackson. i'm pretty sure if germaine or tito had a sleepover there'd be a lot of no's on that e-vite. a lot of leftover jesus juice at that jamboree. jesus juice, that was brilliant. you know priests had to be like, damn, why didn't we think of that? it was right in front of us the whole time. i think the jackson family works for the government. that's my new theory, i think every time the government needs a distraction they call up the jackson's. "yeah, hello janet, "we're gonna need you to whip out a titty at the superbowl. "yeah. yeah. and tell m
thoughts about that. >> you know, i have lieutenant jackson behind me and she is researching legislation, what we can do locally and what we can do as a state and what we can do nationally. like i mentioned there is the fcc requiring this right now, it is a voluntary stolen phone data base and by the end of the year they plan to make it all four carriers and thoughts of it going international and when that is going to happen it is unknown. >> i certainly would like to, i am sure that all of my colleagues would like to get more information on whether or not there is something that we can do here locally to deal with that. of >> as soon as lieutenant jackson is done we will make sure that we pass the information along. >> next i would like to infight up otelo? >> good morning, members of the public it is my pleasure to be here. i would like to introduce commander who will begin our side of the presentation and i have the communication piece. >> i am responsible for the officers who work on the lines on a full time basis. we capture estimates of crime that happened either on buses or in our
past the instant issue with chris jackson that we still have an outstanding balance that mr. jackson owes the city. i continue to believe that we should publish a list of all the bad actors that have outstanding fees, fines, forms out. and i wanted to note on page 4 the technology upgrades. i would like to thank steven massey, it director, as much as possible, because he is one of the unheralded staff members who really does a lot in terms of servers and technology and the whole dashboard program. the updates to the electronic filing program really have been helpful, as i understand. and kudos to steven for that work. thank you. >> thank you. and i certainly echo the great work that mr. massey and the staff have done on our electronic filing. i do think it has added a lot of value, and i know the regulated community and the public i have heard have appreciated those efforts as well. anything else relating to the executive director's report from the commissionersin the next item on the agenda is items for future meetings. anybody would like to add anything? >> i just wanted to expre
'm kai jackson. >> i'm mary bubala. here's what people are talking about. >>> catholics are stun ned by the pope's resignation. now the question is, who will replace pope benedict xvi. a report from the vatican. >> pope benedict xvi stunned the vatican saying he no longer has the strength to do the job. the 85-year-old says he will step down at the end of the month becoming the first pope to resign in 600 years. church leaders express their sadness. >> it's like watching your own dad get old and admit that he's not up to all the duties that being the head of the family involves. >> the news quickly spread through saint peters square. >> i hope the next pope can be better than this one. >> pope benedict became head of the catholic church in 2005 succeeding pope john paul, ii. he talked the priest scandal. some say he didn't go far enough. >> he wasn't ever as popular as the other popes. there are a lot of question marks over the way he dealt with the sex scandal. >> this is a historic moment for the church. they will gather to replace a living hope. there are several contenders but no
is this, as we take a look, let me show you the radar picture here. jackson, mississippi, you're actually in the clear all the way southward to areas of gulfport. mobile, you're okay, it's this band now from birmingham southward. birmingham, i think you're going to be fine. you're going to have heavy rain and obviously some thunderstorms, but we get in a little closer with this, the concern is now going to move to areas of montgomery, alabama. it's going to move toward columbus, georgia, le lagrange, valdosta. these watch boxes will most likely continue. they're not sliding to the east-northeast. they're almost making their way eastward. which tells me we have a lot of upper level support. when a thunderstorm builds it's like taking a can of soda and shaking it up. it's like popping that can of soda and that's where it gets its force and, therefore, we're finding the vorticity coming out of the back. for the most part as you see this movement, 50 miles per hour, they're moving through very quickly, but the damage can be real as we have seen in these pictures. again, areas from around hatt
the stadium address tomorrow. it is expected to have a central focus -- the economy. hallie jackson joins us live. there will be a lot of listeners tomorrow. >> perhaps more importantly the millions of americans watching on tv. >> the president of the united states. >> the moment when he gets an on uninterrupted, unchallenged opportunity to talk to the country and to define his agenda. >> the president will focus on one topic -- >> the economy will be central to the speech. and how we grow the economy. >> president obama is likely to warn congress not to let big automatic spending cuts happen. >> if the sequester is allowed to go forward -- >> thousands of americans in education or clean energy are likely to be laid-off. >> the president may touch on immigration reform, education, gun control, and climate change. republicans are listening for something specific. >> what i hope to hear is -- >> he wants to join us to affect smarter cuts in spending. >> rand paul will deliver the tea party response. >> we believe you stimulate the economy by reducing taxes. >> the official republican rebuttal
] tavis: there is a guy named michael jackson who he got most of that from. >> he is such a great person. i would love to work with him again. tavis: so you have a son who is obviously managing this every day. why choose to put this out as a screenplay, as opposed to not putting it out? everybody who has somebody close to them who is struggling with something like this, that is a personal decision. it is a personal battle, private affair. obviously i am glad you did, and the nominations and award speak to the fact that people appreciate it, but you could have left that as a private affair. >> as a writer and director, you have to trust that the best work sometimes comes from your own heart. it was such a big part of my life and my son's life and his mother's life, too. you go through quite an injured trying to hold together the family, trying to help somebody. my son is older now, but when they turn to you at the age of 9 or t in and they are not feeling too good about life. there is nothing worse for a parent when that happens. you would do anything for that child, to help them believe
jackson joins us live with the latest. the president will deliver his message to a lot of listeners. >> perhaps more importantly the millions of americans watching on tv. >> the president of the united states. >> the moment when he gets an unchallenged opportunity to talk to the country and to define his agenda. >> the president will focus on one topic -- >> the economy will be central to the speech. >> president obama is likely to warned congress not to let big automatic spending cuts happen. >> thousands of americans in education or clean energy are likely to be laid-off. >> the president may touch on immigration reform and climate change. republicans are listening for something specific. >> he wants to join us to affect smarter cuts in spending. >> rand paul will deliver the tea party response. >> we believe you stimulate the economy by reducing taxes. >> florida senator mark rubio. he is rebutting more than just the state of the union. he was claimed the republican savior. he said there was one save your aunt it is not me -- he said and it isone save youior not me. there could b
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early voting begins to replace former congressman jesse jackson, jr. -- two key democrats are throwing their political weight behind the same candidate. former state representative robin kelly picked up endorsements from u.s. representatives bobby rush and danny davis in the special 2nd congressional district democratic primary. they both cited kelly's support for tougher gun laws. kelly is one of 16 democrats in the race. the governor visited a south side church today to make his case for raising the minimum wage in illinois and.... >> there is something wrong if someone works 40 hours a week and lives in poverty >> he wants to raise the minimum wage in illinois to $10 an hour . >> i think it is important that working people get peight paid a fair wagpaid a fair wage >> she worries employers will be even more reluctant to hire if this passes >> some people think it will be a wage killer... >> it has been very frustrating trying to look for a job... >> she would rather see lawmakers focused on communities like this one were no longer hiring >> chicago's flu season appears to be
the north 87 ramp to 280 the busiest intersections in the bay area at 13 metering lights between jackson and leland stating tomorrow. you can expectedlies for san jose commute but the freeway should be thinning out because of the metering lights. >> new this morning, the obama administration will issue new security standards this week to protect men computer networks from hackers. intelligence reports says that the united states is the target of a massive, sustained, cyber espionage campaign with china as the top of the long list of attackers. over five years hackers turned their attention away from government agencies to private sectors such as energy, finance, and information technology which has cost the economy billions. the administration security standards would be voluntary. >> america will be watching as president obama delivers his state of the union address to a joint session of congress tomorrow night. the president will be raising several key issues in the second term including jobs, the federal budget, gun control, immigration, and climate change. the white house says the pr
the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the underworld, to the world of privilege. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. >> tomorrow, president obama will deliver his state of the union address where he's expected to layout an ambitious second term agenda. we might get an indication of whether or not he can pass that when the senate votes tomorrow on his defense secretary nominee, chuck headachele, the first nomination fight of the president's second term. while he's one of them, he sided with the democrats on the iraq war, leading to a major falling out with his one time friend, senator john mccain. >> for then senator hagel to see he'll let history be the judge he was there and involved. he knows he's wrong on the basis of what happens. >> you saw the hearing know his record, are you going to support him for defense secretary? >> i will see the rest of the answers to his questions, but certainly i have very grave concerns. >> it's not just john mccain, senator lindsey graham probably won't vote for h
sight. a funnel cloud on the move, about 100 miles south of jackson. according to the national weather service, this tornado was believed to have reached three quarters of a mile in diameter. hattiesburg took the brunt of a series of twister on sunday causing phil bryant to declare a stated of emergency. victor what is it like there this morning? >> reporter: i'm on the west end of hattiesburg on the campus of the university of southern mississippi. look at this building. this building is more than 100 years old. see the top corner? that's the desk of the alumni director. this is some of the more dramatic damage on the campus. there are about a half dozen -- we know that when this came through, it caused injuries around the area. we've been told the latest numbers from the emergency management here up to 60 injuries reported to local hospitals. only ten of those were severe enough to be transported to those hospitals. no major injuries, no deaths. we sue immediately after this storm the videos pop up on youtube. the storm described as being three quarters of a mile wide ripping through
. >> reporter: scott jackson is hamden's mayor. a lot of your residents are wondering if you could have been better prepared to handle this to help them dig out? >> well, there is a time where as prepared as you are, mother nature deals you a card that you cannot manage. and that is the case with this storm. this is the blizzard of epic proportions, and it's going to take a massive amount of effort to complete the cleanup. >> reporter: the blizzard dumps five inches of snow per hour. one resident set up an outdoor time lapse camera that captured the accumulation. so much snow fell here, 11 of hamden's 15 snowplows got stuck. trucks called payloaders have to remove snow from the roads before the plows can even attempt to clear them. connecticut governor dan malloy visited hamden today to see what the town needed. >> the single greatest challenge is a lack of the heavy equipment, the payloaders that would actually pick up the snow. >> reporter: other connecticut towns have to share those resources. hamden is hoping for equipment from states like new jersey and new york which received nowhere n
exhibit at the maryland historical society. >> centers pearl bailey and mahaley jackson appeared in baltimore in the 60s. their photos are part of the henderson foundation. and renounced sports reporter sam lacy appears in the photos. >> we have so many greats here in baltimore. >> reporter: blue coleman and robert houston are some of the story tellers they were part of baltimore's civil right's movement. >> what we take for granted now has not always been that way. someone had to pay for that. >> i don't know how, why it was that i got involved, it just seemed the right thing to do. >> reporter: their stories will be told here tomorrow night as part of the for all the world to hear project at umbc. >> yes, we're performing here at the maryland's historical society as well as other venues throughout the city. it's part of our outreach project to get out into the community. >> reporter: there are 6,000 photographs in this amazing collection and 75 to 80% of the people in the photos remain unidentified. >> we've had people coming in over the las
in the direction of jackson, alabama. >> you're actually watching the video. i want to pause so we can listen to it as well. >> just to get a sense, john, this is something you do all the time? >> this is something i've done professionally for 12 years. i tell the general public, if you want to know what a toefrntd sounds like, go 80 miles an hour and stick your head out the window. this tornado was eye lot larger. >> oh, my god. i've never seen -- >> john, thank you so much. and for sharing those amazing pictures with us as well. we know you'll keep an eye on things. what are we looking at now. these are bands of storms that move through the area. is there still a threat? >> slight threat here of rotation. we have watches in effect right now. the whole area has calmed down significantly and turned into a wind damage event. we'll keep watching it. right through alabama in the past 15 minutes we have big windses rolling on through. that's that band that's moving down just into northwestern florida. there are still storms back out here. we're not worried so much about the storm as that line up
in the direction of jackson, alabama. >> i want to pause for a moment so we can listen to it as well. this is something you do all the time but we don't get to ride along with the tomorrow chaser. >> this is something i've done professionally for the last 12 years. i've had a pet peeve when people say it sounded like a freight train. i say if you want to know what a tornado sounds like go about 80 miles per hour down the interstate and stick your head out. it's that rushing sound. this tornado is a lot larger. >> oh, my god. >> thank you so much. and for sharing those amazing pictures with us. chad, what are we looking at now because these are bands of storms that move through the areas. are they still a threat? >> slight threat still of reatir rotation. we had some really big winds rolling on through through enterprise and the south there. we're worried about the storms. that's the cell right through hattiesburg. see how that red is all by itself. that turns into the big dog. it turns into the rotating super cell and that's what went right through west hattiesburg. >> thank you. all
, alabama in the direction of jackson, alabama. >> john, we're actually watching your video. i want to pause for a moment just so we can listen to it as well. just so you get a sense there, john. this is something you do all time, actually. but certainly we don't get to ride along with a storm chaser. >> this is something i've done professionally for the last 12 years. i have a pet peeve when people say it sounds like a freight train. i like to tell the general public, if you want to know what a tornado sounds like, go about 80 miles an hour down the interstate and stick your head out the window. you have that raw wind blowing sound, that rushing sound. i was in mobile for the christmas day tornado. this tornado was a lot larger. >> john sibley, thank you so much for sharing those amazing pictures with us as well. chad, what are we looking at now? these are bands of storms that moved through the area. is there still a threat? >> there's slight threat here still of rotation. we have watches in effect right now. the whole area has calmed down significantly and turned into a wind damage event.
lights at 13 different on-ramps between jackson to leland to northbound 880 including the intersection from north 87 to 280. that should improve freeways but you could find delays because of the metering lights from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. >> breaking news: americans are waking up to the news that the leader of the 1.2 billion catholics worldwide is stepping down. pope benedict xvi made the announcement after 2:00 a.m. our time. we have live coverage this morning. we begin with amy hollyfield live in st. mary's cathedral in san francisco. >> i spoke with the spoke for the diocese here in san francisco. he says he is completely surprised by the news. he is not alone. that is the reaction around the world. here is video of the announcement in rome at 2:00 a.m. california time. the vatican says the closest aides did nut know he would do this. the 85-year-old pope benedict is going to step down february 28 because of his age and deteriorating health. here is reaction from the american cardinal who says he, too, is very prized -- surprised. >> admiration has skyrocketed. i love him so much,
. describe your influences. >> my influence come from michael jackson. i've listened to manhattans for a while. more chris brown and justin bieber. >> to play at the kennedy center which is one of the nation's premiere venues and in honor of nelson mandella, that had to be special. >> it was such a great honor. doesn't allow people to meet him any more. doing the performance last night was so peaceful in my heart. >> that may still come. are you having a good time? >> i'm enjoying myself. >> fantastic. we were looking a little at the video there lovers at first sight. is there an album out? >> the album is coming. you are going to do a song which is going to be your next single. it's called out of time. you want to tell me about the song. >> the song is based on time and correct the mistakes they made in the past. you just want to tell the person you've heard i'm sorry. end up in the time can't do it any more. >> we want to hear it. this is called out of time. >> ♪ it has been several. hours ♪ days have become tears ♪ memories fading away ♪ yeah, barely holding on to no
. >> everyone in michael jackson's life was out to use him. (vo) no one brings you more documentaries that are real, gripping, current. [ music ] muse. >> this is the bill press show. live on your radio and current tv. >> 26 minutes after the hour happy monday, monday, february 11th again, breaking news at the top of the show. we are talking about john mccain and lindsey graham showing up every freakin sunday on the sunday talk shows. this is -- you would think there are only two united states senators, two republicans in the united states senate. i am sick of hearing them, sick of hearing their negativity all the time. is that why they book them? plus they are so easy to book. bring you breaking news of the day, the vatican confirming pope benedict xvi is out of here at the end of the month. >>@bp show, mr. john johns says the other senators are not stuck on stupid like mccain. i am tired of stale republicans. get more other republicans then that make more sense. jimmerwin says am i missing something or did john mccain lose the 2008 election. who cares what
. the media promptly turned this into what jesse jackson termed it as, white man tracks down black man, shoots him in the back of the head. george zimmerman was having his head pounded against the pavement. the way the media played it is that george zimmerman had never been injured, he was stalking him for fun and decided to shoot a black guy, and they cut the 911 tapes. now nbc's being sued because of that. they took the 911 tape in which george zimmerman was specifically asked what is the race of the person that you're following, they said he's black. nbc cut that tape so it sounds like what george zimmerman is saying is it sounds like he's suspicious, he's black. they used this flashpoint incident as an excuse to push liberal policy. here's how it works. they send al sharpton down there to talk about how the sanford police department is massively racist, and that, in general, is just a symptom of the unbelievable racism that pervades america. it's still a huge problem in america. racism happens all the time. as president obama and many others put it, they're really -- al sharpton did this a
of severe weather heading to them. tallahassee, florida, have had 5 inches of rain. new orleans, jackson, mississippi. there will be severe weather down there. for us, high pressure likes it out here. 30s 40s to near 50 at half moon bay. it's 50 in san francisco. there's the component of that offshore breeze. the offshore breeze, if you are in the 30s, you have 20s windchill factor. ism saw that in livermore and napa's north fund, that comes off the hills. it's kind of breezy to blustery, but that all goes offshore. that means temperatures warming up. a northeasterly breeze. all put in place. this might be the coolest day of the week. sunny and breezy. cold morning, not for all, but mor most. 60s for many. i think these will be in the 60s. oakland, warming up. 63. same for santa cruz. gilroy is in there. san jose, 61 and 62 half moon bay, 60 san francisco. redwood city. san carlos in there. i'm sure there will be patchy fog but the trend is cooler. >>> we're continues to follow breaking news out of wilmington, delaware, where three people have died in a courthouse shooting. officials see
, and he plans to visit the area this morning. ross adams of our jackson affiliate, wjtv is in hattiesburg. >> reporter: i'm standing here at the alumni house on the campus of the university of southern mississippi, which suffered major damage. just to give you an idea here's a picture of what this building looked like before the tornado blew through. unfortunately, there are similar scenes of devastation all across the region. the monster tornado whipped up large chunks of debris as it reportedly ripped through at least four mississippi counties sunday. >> oh, my god. i've never seen a tornado before in my life. >> reporter: witnesses say it was nearly a mile wide. >> people's lives being destroyed right now. >> reporter: the twister roared down one of the main streets in the town of hattiesburg. >> it's hit the interstate! >> reporter: knocking out power and damaging just about everything in its path. buildings ripped to shreds. cars overturned. and even the local red cross center destroyed. >> oh wow. that's coming towards us guys. >> yeah, it is. >>
reported. russ adams of our jackson affiliate wjtv is in hattiesburg. >> reporter: i'm standing in front of the alumni house at universe of mississippi that suffered major damage. just to give you an idea, here's a picture of what it looked like before the tornado blew through. the monster tornado whipped up large chunk of debris as it reportedly ripped through at least four mississippi counties sunday. >> oh, my god. i've never seen a tornado before in my life. >> reporter: witnesses say it destroys people's lives. it roared down the main street of hattiesburg, knocking out power and damaging just about everything in its path. buildings ripped to shreds, cars overturned, and even the local red cross center destroyed. >> oh, wow. that's coming threw toward us, guys. >> reporter: as the tornado blew, it cut a path of devastation across the university of southern mississippi. downed trees littered the damage. several buildings suffered damage including this unoccupied dorm that was slated for renovation. >> it was coming pretty fast. my heart was rags. >> reporter: student matthew parks wa
of jackson. an observer shot these pictures. look at that. a large funnel cloud moving. multiple buildings around the town are damaged. at least a dozen of people are injured. university of southern mississippi campus was hit. describe for us how bad it was and how bad it is. we can see a little bit behind you of some of that damage. >> reporter: i'll describe for you how bad it was as you take a look at how bad this building is. first, this is the ogletreehouse on the campus of university of southern mississippi. it started out 100 years ago as the home of the president of the college. now it's the alumni association's homes. you see piles of bricks here, and some parts of this building still intact. chairs, tables, degrees hanging on the walls. to talk about how bad it was, when it came through early sunday evening, it's described as being 3/4 of a mile wide just charging through this town. we've spoken with the cops here touring this area. a few miles away, there's the oak grove high school. there's damage there. this stayed in town and on the ground for some time. as it relates to inju
jackson jr. was settling that case this week. literally dragged on for several years. the move at their place and aren't pushed on by any public pressure. it moves slowly. host: shane goldmacher, congressional correspondent with "the national journal." an update about senator bob addendas and allegations against him, which he has denied. back to our questions for all of you this morning. spending cuts versus tax increases sequestration. what do you think? a republican collar -- caller: i grew up first- generation american. my father worked two jobs. my parents had to pay for everything on their own. they never got a penny from the government, never even asked for it. let me say that i think america has become a country where we want the easy way out on everything. i would suggest that most people in this country have not worked with or in the federal government to actually see how representatives and our representatives in the white house -- and our members and the white house to use that money. it is unbelievable how much money is wasted in this federal government. point numbe
the weather service out of jackson, mississippi surveying the damage. they found 140 mile per hour winds so far, ef 3, and they said at least. that's what they put in their last statement on twitter. at least 140. we have much more to see, they said. this storm is a long track tornado. this may have been on the ground 40 or 60 miles. it went over oak grove high school. i saw pictures of that earlier. then just to the south, right along hardy street and university of southern mississippi. even took out an ace hardware. this continued off to the northeast, by that time the chasers couldn't get to it, there was so much damage on the ground they couldn't drive over it. they couldn't keep up with the storm. this is the danger in a southern storm. there's a lot of trees down, power lines down. and you need to be very careful when trying to chase these things or don't do it at all. because there are professional chasers doing it for you. >> thank you. quick look at today's top three videos. number three, carnivale time in rio, our crews catching up with the celebration. and carnivale, one of the b
, is now spending a million dollars on a special house race in illinois to replace jesse jackson jr. it's going after one of the candidates who has said that she's against banning assault rifles who has an a-plus from nra. so mayor bloomberg, who's spending big on this race through his mayors group, through his podium, he's using this race as a referendum on the big -- on this issue. >> so mike, when you start counting votes, though, when you look at the congress, what is realistic for the president? is he still looking at an assault weapons ban? background checks? where can he end up on this? >> no, willie, that's very astute. and background checks is where they're hoping to end up. our conversations with house leadership, so there's no appetite in those districts for anything broader than that. the house has said that they're going to wait until a bill comes out of the senate. but the same thing that's going on with immigration. the senate is going to pass a big bill. the house wants to do it piece by piece. that makes it much harder to get anything new. and that key stat that says it
scott jackson. he says digging out from 40 inches of snow will take weeks. >> we have about 240 miles' worth of road. and add of rise now about 50% of them are impassable. >> city has called in extra crews to operate payloaders that scoop up the snow. snow plows have worked around the clock to clear most major highways. and you find people in neighborhoods doing their part. >> i've got my friend. he lives down the street. and his street isn't plowed. so i owe him a couple, but that's about it. >> reporter: and that's what peter curtis is counting on. >> as far as i'm concerned, okay, i hope to get plowed out or get some boy scouts to come and shovel me out today. >> reporter: neighbors helping neighbors to get life in hamden back to normal. so the good news, we did see some of the snow melt today. but the bad news is it's expected, i should say, to get down into the 20s tonight. so a lot of the water you that see here on the roads, this will turn into black ice, and it will make for a very dicey commute for drivers in the morning, wolf. >> it looks like the weather -- i don't know if
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